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    i have a planet vpn router/firewall already configured to allow pptp protocol on port 1723, no polocies-pass thru mode. on my windows server 2003(small business pack) i have enabled two ports for pptp on routing and remote configurations. and also a mobile account for my remote user. vpn from...

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  • TCP Retransmissions b/c of Checksum Incorrect

    We have a problem where some users will complain of slow application response time (on the LAN) from our ERP server, but others will be fine. After many hours of troublshooting I've discovered the following: - Packet Sniff's of affected users shows TCP Retransmissions because the Checksum is...

    Tbitner510 pointsBadges:
  • Intel ISCSI Remote Boot error message TCP/IP

    Using Windows Server 2003 and get this error when using Intel ISCSI remote boot "ERROR: Could not establish TCP/IP connection with iSCSI target system." Using Pro/1000 server adapters and Dell Poweredge 2900 server

    ITKE346,195 pointsBadges:
  • Full description of all the TCP/IP servers

    Hi folks, does anyone know where I can find a full description of what each of the TCP servers does? We recently had a problem and I was unable to find out which servers should/shouldn't be running. Many thanks

    Gross140 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring SMTP server to a external domain

    Hi friends, I have a AS/400 configured to send mails by the service SMTP I can send a mail to guest@mycia.com.br but I cannot send a mail to guest@yahoo.com.br, how can I configure this server ?. Change TCP/IP Domain (CHGTCPDMN) Type choices, press Enter. Host name . . . . . . . . . . . 'AS40025'...

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  • To understand the TCP/IP model?

    Hello.I need some advice as regards understanding the TCP/IP model. I understand the OSI model pretty well and need to find out how to go about getting a good understanding of the TCP/IP model. Can anyone help? Regards.

    Rahul Shrivastava330 pointsBadges:
  • Adding a hold queue and a print queue in XP

    How to add a hold queue and a print queue in XP. I've done this by configuring the LPR port in the port properties of the print queue. But for some strange reason I can't remember the stesps now.

    Lotus555 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP error when accessing Lotus Notes email

    Now-a-days we are getting Tcp/ip stack report error in lotus notes mail while accesing..what can i doto remove that error permanently

    Vinodh1415 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries NetServer will not start and returns error code 3420

    V5R2 5 - Start of the NetBIOS over TCP/IP failed with return code 3420. Our AS400 can see our network devices (ping them with ip or PC name) and also ping www.google.com Telnet is working fine.

    Steved1515 pointsBadges:
  • Vary on failed for TCP/IP

    We have an iSeries 270 with seemed to have lost TCPIP communication. The TCPIP interface info comes up with status 'inactive' when started. I have tried recreating the line controller with information from IBM but still says 'TCPIP vary on failed.

    AP25 pointsBadges:
  • Connect notes client to Domino server

    I am trying to connect a Notes 8.0.2 client to a domino8.0.2 server on windows XP and Vista machines. I can ping the machine IP but notes says the server is not responding. I am trying to connect via TCP/IP

    doctorpc5 pointsBadges:
  • WinXP Pro PC cannot ping Win2003 DC after Windows Firewall configuration.

    I have been fighting with this issue for 2 days and I am going crazy. We have 2 domain controllers, 1 on-site and 1 off-site as a backup. Last week I configured a windows firewall group policy object to open: file and printer sharing, remote access, disable remote desktop, open ICMP for the subnet,...

    erin0201215 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP subnetting

    i want to know how we calaculate subnetting

    Sonalidash5 pointsBadges:
  • Switching the TCP/IP-OSI Architecture to a pure OSI Architecture

    What costs would be incurred to switch the Hybrid TCP/IP-OSI Architecture a pure OSI architecture? Could it be done?

    Essie5 pointsBadges:
  • A tough question for Windows’98 TCP/IP Experts …

    A question for Windows'98 TCP/IP Experts ... A local telephony services provider and ISP has recently introduced wireless CDMA phone service to the countryside district where I reside. Due to (some improper?) setting of their CDMA server/router, my friends and I who live in this rural neighbourhood...

    SuHaimi105 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring local stroage network

    on my XP machine, I have 2 NICs (one connected to a GB network and on only to a switch connected to only 2 networked disks [Ximeta Netdisks]). On the GB connection (my local area connection) I am running all the standard protocols and on the other NIC (my local storage network) I am running...

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  • TCP / Joblog

    We have numerous entries in our joblogs and this is on a sunday and our office is closed and no jobs are running a/o scheduled. Any idea what this could be. Job 250043/QTCP/QTFTP00078 started on 24/08/08 at 13:13:15 in subsystem QSYSW Job 250040/QTCP/QTSMTPSRVP ended on 24/08/08 at 13:25:45; 1...

    FATUM25 pointsBadges:
  • FTP SUNIQUE Default File Names?

    I am using the SUNIQUE option of FTP to move files from z/OS to our network. Everything looks great, except the z/OS generated filenames for output are showing up as FTP2.tmp, FTPA.tmp,etc. Does anyone know if the default naming scheme in TCP can be modifed to allow the SUNIQUE option to output...

    MMAYS15 pointsBadges:
  • Network design How can we manage our tcp/ip address range in local area network

    How we manage our tcp/ip address renge in local area network

    NetRock5 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP and UDP

    what are TCP/IP and UDP protocols and how many protocols are they?

    Vinodvardhaman15 pointsBadges:

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